CONCEALING MIND CONTROL ABUSE: The CIA’s ‘False Memory Syndrome Foundation’ (by Jim Keith; 1949-1999)

WARNING – For all TIs in NATO countries who are counting on the justice system:

Late Jim Keith (1949- 1999)


One strategy for concealing actual mind control is to erect pseudo – scholarly fronts to disapprove that such misdeed exists. One such group is the False Memory Syndrome Foundation, a group of psychiatrists whose mission is to prove that cult abuse and mind control are figments of imagination. While it is no doubt true that some cases of mind control and ritual abuse are imagined and that false accusations do take place, there is a solid body of evidence showing that such abuse does exist.

For starters, documentation on CIA’s MKULTRA program is not in question. But the Foundation is intent on proving that this is not the case.

On the False Memory Syndrome Foundation, mind control researcher Walter Bowart has said, “This is a Central Intelligence Action. It is an action aimed at the psychological and psychiatric mental health community to discredit you, to keep you in fear and terror.”

The membership of the Foundation is telling. Many of the psychiatrists in the group’s advisory board are linked to CIA mind control operations or the military. These persons are often called upon in court cases to discredit testimony of the cult sexual abuse and mind control.

One of the original members of the group , Martin T. Orne, a researcher at one time funded through MKULTRA and the gamut of the military agency, is employed at The University of Pennsylvania’s Experimental Psychiatry Laboratory. Orne was friends with George Estabrooks, the early researcher of the hypnotic Manchurian Candidates, who bragged to researcher John Marks that he was routinely briefed on the advances in CIA mind control research.

Some of Orne’s researches, including studies, of post – hypnotic amnesia, were financed by Human Ecology Funds, a conduit for CIA monies at Cornell University. HEF financed numerous major mind control experiments world wide, including those of infamous Even Cameron at the Montreal Allen Memorial Institute..

Orne was called to examine Patty Hearst after the Agency-created “Symbionese Liberation Army” was immolated by the LAPD. Also evaluating Hearst was Robert Jay Lifton, a founder of CIA – contracted Human Ecology Fund, and infamous MKULTRA shrink, Luis Jolyon West.

Another person testifying at the trial of Patty Hearst was retired Berkeley Ph.D., Dr. Margaret Singer, also on the advisory board of the False Memory Syndrome Foundation. Singer has studied American Prisoners of the Korean War at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research in Maryland during the 1950s.

FMS founder Ralph Underweager, director of the Institute of the Psychological Therapies in Minnesota and the publisher of the magazine titled
ISSUES IN CHILD ABUSE ALLEGATIONS is another member of the group who may have an axe to grind. It is reported that Underwager said in an interview in an Amsterdam journal that it was, “God’s Will” that adults have sex with children. Underwager later filed an Affidavit in France for Members of the Children of God cult, whose tenets at least at one time promoted sex with children. Underwager testified that they were not guilty of child abuse.

Directors The story of Peter an Pamela Freud, whose are executive directors of the Foundation , may also be significant. The Freds has been accused of sexual abuse by their daughter Jennifer, who is the professor of psychology at the University of Oregon. Pamela Freyd called in her own psychiatrist., Dr. Harold Lief, an original board member of the PMSF. His determination was that Jennifer was nor abused. Lief himself was the major i the Army medical corps , was on the University of Pennsylvania faculty during the time that the university was conducted federal – funded experiments in behaviour modification, and assisted Dr. Ore in studies on hypnotic programming.

Another strategy for discrediting victims of mind control abuse and therapists who are investigating the subject are criminal charges. In 1998 the federal government initiated criminal charges against Dr. Judith Peterson , charging that she had institutionally implanted false memories into her clients to extend their period of therapy. Dr. Peterson was also charged with mail fraud for mailing the clients bills through the mail. At the time of this writing, the government has only interviewed the disgruntled patients and their attorneys, neglecting to interview Dr. Peterson or clients whose experience with her have been positive. Earlier the same alleged victims of fraud complained to the Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation, and the Texas Department of Health After Investigations by 6those bodies , Dr. Peterson was found to be innocent of the charges.

By Jim Keith 1949-1999.

Jim Keith (September 21, 1949 – September 7, 1999). American author best known for the books “Black Helicopters Over America” and “The Octopus”, co-written with Kenn Thomas, which details conspiracy theories around the death of reporter Danny Casolaro. The book is based on the notes of Danny Casolaro, who reportedly killed himself, although Keith and Thomas examine the case for foul play in their book.
Keith authored popular books on conspiracy topics, including Mind Control/World Control,Black Helicopters I and II, OK Bomb, Saucers of the Illuminati, Casebook on Alternative 3,Casebook on the Men In Black and many others and his views are considered unapologetically controversial.[1]
One of the underlying themes of Keith’s works is that the UFO phenomenon is, in fact, of entirely earthly origin and has its roots within a parallel program of technological development. Keith maintained a steadfast commitment to the earthly-origin theory, and he believed that there was a concerted effort to put forth the extraterrestrial hypothesis into the public consciousness.

Keith began in publishing in the literary magazine scene of science-fiction fandom in the early 1960s. He published and edited many magazines over the years, including several semi-professional publications, particularly: Why?, Skyline: Klamath Falls and Dharma Combat: The Magazine of Spirituality, Reality and Other Conspiracies.[2] Keith was also the author of numerous erotic novels, publishing several in the early nineties with Masquerade Books. His nonfiction books have been translated into several languages.

In 1970, after publishing an article on Dianetics in his sci-fi fanzine Untitled (co-edited with Jerry E. Smith and Larry Neilson) Keith became fascinated with Scientology. He later worked on the staff of local Scientology Missions in Riverside, California and Reno, Nevada. In the early 1990s he left Scientology after being introduced to the Harry Palmer (Avatar) material.

In September 1999, Jim Keith fell from a stage and broke his knee at the 1999 Burning Man Arts Festival held from August 30 – September 7 at the Black Rock Desert in Nevada about 120 miles north of his hometown of Reno. On September 7, he entered the Washoe Medical hospital for knee surgery and died in the Intensive Care Unit shortly after surgery was completed when a blood clot released and entered his lung. The coroner’s report listed cause of death as “blunt force trauma.” Cryptically, Keith stated, prior to his death, “I have this feeling that if they put me under I’m not coming back”. He is survived by two daughters.[3]